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Old 03-22-2006, 03:39 AM
 
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I teach a few piano lessons in my home besides my regular classroom teaching job. I have only three students, all children of friends of my family. One little girl started a few weeks ago, and she ALWAYS shows up like 10 minutes early, during another student's lesson. She come in and waits for her turn. This doesn't bother me too much, but I really wish she'd stay in her car until it's time (her mom always stays out in the car throughout the lesson). Anyway, yesterday, her older brother (16 years old and quite possibly the most annoying creature ever) came in early with her and sat there through the last 10 minutes of the other kid's lesson. I know if I was a kid, I wouldn't want an older kid sitting there listening to my lesson. Anyway, is this normal? And, if it's not, how do I approach this and not mess up the friendship? Like I said, all of my students are friends of my family. Thanks!



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